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Multi-colored stripe sculptures of Kyotaro Hakamata. Kyotaro Hakamata creates wonderfully colorful statues using multi-color stripes. His works, which are usually in the likeness of human bodies or body parts, are at first hardly recognizable. But that is the exact intent of the artist. “Stripes are very strong visible elements. They destroys shapes”. The contradiction that stripes (as a shape) can actually hinder our ability to recognize shapes is what interested Hakamata.Multi-colored stripe sculptures of Kyotaro Hakamata. Kyotaro Hakamata creates wonderfully colorful statues using multi-color stripes. His works, which are usually in the likeness of human bodies or body parts, are at first hardly recognizable. But that is the exact intent of the artist. “Stripes are very strong visible elements. They destroys shapes”. The contradiction that stripes (as a shape) can actually hinder our ability to recognize shapes is what interested Hakamata.Multi-colored stripe sculptures of Kyotaro Hakamata. Kyotaro Hakamata creates wonderfully colorful statues using multi-color stripes. His works, which are usually in the likeness of human bodies or body parts, are at first hardly recognizable. But that is the exact intent of the artist. “Stripes are very strong visible elements. They destroys shapes”. The contradiction that stripes (as a shape) can actually hinder our ability to recognize shapes is what interested Hakamata.  Multi-colored stripe sculptures of Kyotaro Hakamata. Kyotaro Hakamata creates wonderfully colorful statues using multi-color stripes. His works, which are usually in the likeness of human bodies or body parts, are at first hardly recognizable. But that is the exact intent of the artist. “Stripes are very strong visible elements. They destroys shapes”. The contradiction that stripes (as a shape) can actually hinder our ability to recognize shapes is what interested Hakamata.

Multi-colored stripe sculptures of Kyotaro Hakamata. Kyotaro Hakamata creates wonderfully colorful statues using multi-color stripes. His works, which are usually in the likeness of human bodies or body parts, are at first hardly recognizable. But that is the exact intent of the artist. “Stripes are very strong visible elements. They destroys shapes”. The contradiction that stripes (as a shape) can actually hinder our ability to recognize shapes is what interested Hakamata. (via spoon-tamago) / photographs courtesy of gallery kobayashi

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